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HERE AT THE WALL

We can gather to remember our loved ones and friends

When we're here their memories never end

We all have loved ones on here

Whether from far or near

But when we see this place

And we see their face

We all have the same beliefs

We ride our bikes for stress relief

Every time we straddle our ride

We hope our Angels are at our side

But life happens and people leave

But HERE AT THE WALL we will not grieve

For this is a place to remember them and honor our memories

And when that happens they never leave

Forever in our hearts and in our souls

This is why we created RIDERS REMEMBERED MEMORIAL

-Cecil "FUKIN CECIL" Fifer Jr.

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ABOUT US

Birth of RRMP

Started by Manley "LEE" Lease (Road Name "CRZN"), President of "Bikers Reaching Out."

Bikers Reaching Out lost two of their members, one to a brain tumor, and the other went down on HWY 9 near Big Lake, WA.

A decision was made to create a wall and place a plaque with proper information on it for all fallen riders. The wall was originally placed at Blue Mountain Grill on HWY 9 in Acme, WA. In that time the wall grew and honored many.

In late 2020, the wall began to need more space. The Rex Bar and Grill graciously donated a larger space for the wall to live. After 4 years of growth, the need to expand had become more apparent. In May of 2024, the wall moved again, this time to Birdsview Brewing Company right off of State Route 20. Now it is a park to honor and remember those bikers who have passed on.

The Stewards

"The Greatest part of Honor is Remembrance."

The Stewards of The Wall make it their personal mission to uphold the honor of maintaining the Memorial.

We have many roles among us, but our first and most important role is stewardship. To be members of the overall rider community that are always there for others in what is at times the lowest points of their lives. 

We don't worry about the colors worn on your vest, or what motorcycle you ride. We are here to help continue the memory of those we have all lost.

Meet the Stewards HERE

Support and Sponsors

A big thank you to those who support us and help keep the memorial going!

Local Sponsors: Washington
Other Sponsors

A big thanks to Law Tigers of Washington for their financial support!

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